ASUS has expanded its arsenal of graphics cards based on GPU model 10 Polaris ASUS Radeon RX 470 DirectCU II, which received labeled RX470-DC2-4G, thus filling a niche low-cost models in its class.
In contrast to the previously provided ROG Strix RX 470, the new product uses a simplified cooling system and there is no factory overclock. However, despite the apparent simplicity, the device is quite effective cooler, and its aluminum radiator is disposed in such a manner that cools the power supply system and components. This suggests that self-overclock the video card is quite real. Moreover, the system is a novelty power, most likely inherited from her sister ROG Strix. Another feature of the cooling system is the ability to complete stop fan that provides acoustic comfort in idle PC.
Core frequency in turbo mode is 1206 MHz, and a member of the GPU Tweak II supplied utility allows you to activate the OC-profile, several lifts it. GDDR5 video memory 4GB uses 256-bit bus and clocked at 1650 (6600) MHz.
For the monitor connection is made using two connectors Dual-Link DVI-D, one HDMI 2.0b or one DisplayPort 1.4, which supports resolutions up to 5120 × 2880 pixels.
Length of new device is 242 mm, width – 123 mm. The system unit, it will take place for two expansion modules.
In the US, ASUS Radeon RX 470 DirectCU II costs $ 180.